- — Eric Deggans (@Deggans)Mon, Oct 29 2012 22:22:48
- — Eric Deggans (@Deggans)Mon, Oct 29 2012 22:37:12Odd that Daily Show and Colbert Report - two shows with significant social media presence- haven't yet tweeted about #Sandy-related shutdown
- — Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron)Mon, Oct 29 2012 18:57:12DWTS fans; fear not, we're aware power outages & storm coverage will impact viewership & voting access. We'll be likely calling an audible!
- — Rob Burnett (@Robburnett1)Mon, Oct 29 2012 18:42:16
- — Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron)Mon, Oct 29 2012 15:57:25Do these Hurricane Sandy reporters REALLY need to be outside telling us not to be outside. Isn't this how the Darwin Awards are won??
- — Questo of The Roots (@questlove)Mon, Oct 29 2012 18:04:05Cable Access Style! RT @jimmyfallon: We sent our audience home just to be safe. But we're doing our show tonight anyway. Should be fun.
Hurricane Sandy's impact on TV
Here's a look at the impact of the hurricane on TV production, prime time lineups and more - way more fun stitching it together here, rather than writing it all out on my blog!
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